Haughey


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Haughey

(ˈhɔːxɪ; Irish ˈhʌhiː)
n
(Biography) Charles James. 1925–2006, Irish politician; leader of the Fianna Fáil party; prime minister of the Republic of Ireland (1979–81; 1982; 1987–92)
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THE late Taoiseach Charlie Haughey used to demand his grapes be polished in the Dail restaurant.
Shameless mum-of-three Lucy Haughey, 37, bragged: "I'm glad it was me and not a skinny skanky 15-year-old schemie.
Beary Capital Partners will act as the advisor to former Taoiseach Charles Haughey's eldest son Conor Haughey, on an EUR 1.
Kathleen was born in Norwood, MA, the daughter of Kathryn (Conroy) and William Haughey.
CJ Haughey, based on the Middlemarch Business Park, near Baginton, closed its premises on December 3.
Accordingly, Haughey proposes "catholicity" as a notion co-extensive with Lonergan's "being" and "value," noting that he differs from Lonergan insofar as what he judges "to be true is not always meaning bearing, and the concrete good is also not always meaning bearing, though they are potentially so" (p.
They feared Haughey would order a more lenient visa programme for the expelled Libyans.
And Haughey chairs the group's board of directors and is, therefore, Koch's boss.
During a late January Webinar, Jim Haughey, chief economist for Reed Construction Data, Norcross, Georgia, and Ken Simonson, chief economist for Associated General Contractors of America, Arlington, Virginia, predicted the economy will hit bottom during the late summer or early fall of 2009 but recovery won't begin in earnest until 2010.
But for nine years Ireland has looked on as the long-running and costly Moriarty Tribunal delved into the murky finances of the late Charles Haughey and Fine Gael's one-time rising star Michael Lowry TD.
THE Moriarty Tribunal's long-awaited report into the finances of late Irish premier Charles Haughey last night dubbed the well-known racing figure a statesman who devalued democracy.
District Court in Philadelphia, Graham alleged that Haughey and USI MidAtlantic "knowingly and willfully" copied and used two proprietary standard documents without Graham's authorization.